The Resource Genealogical abstracts from the Freedmen Bureau files, Charleston, SC 1865, compiled by Nancy Bouy Peeples ; indexed by Sharon Cruz-Reidbord

Genealogical abstracts from the Freedmen Bureau files, Charleston, SC 1865, compiled by Nancy Bouy Peeples ; indexed by Sharon Cruz-Reidbord

Label
Genealogical abstracts from the Freedmen Bureau files, Charleston, SC 1865
Title
Genealogical abstracts from the Freedmen Bureau files, Charleston, SC 1865
Statement of responsibility
compiled by Nancy Bouy Peeples ; indexed by Sharon Cruz-Reidbord
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Peeples, Nancy Bouy
Government publication
local government publication
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Cruz-Reidbord, Sharon
  • United States
  • Charleston County Library
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  • Landowners
  • Land titles
  • Land tenure
  • Freedmen
  • Refugees
  • Plantations
  • Reconstruction
  • South Carolina
Label
Genealogical abstracts from the Freedmen Bureau files, Charleston, SC 1865, compiled by Nancy Bouy Peeples ; indexed by Sharon Cruz-Reidbord
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "Taken from the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands, Record Group 105, 44 rolls of microfilm."
  • "This book may be of use to researchers interested in finding out [about] land restored to those who claimed ownership of it. Many areas south of Charleston, including the whole Beaufort District, were abaondoned [sic] by South Carolinians early on [in] the Civil War, and in the months leading to the 1865 surrender, many more white landowners refugeed to other parts of the State. The Freedmen's Bureau was the federal agency charged with sorting out many of the confusing issues regarding land ownership, among other things."--Leaf following t.p
  • Most page numbers in ms
  • Includes index
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
121, 34 leaves
Label
Genealogical abstracts from the Freedmen Bureau files, Charleston, SC 1865, compiled by Nancy Bouy Peeples ; indexed by Sharon Cruz-Reidbord
Publication
Note
  • "Taken from the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands, Record Group 105, 44 rolls of microfilm."
  • "This book may be of use to researchers interested in finding out [about] land restored to those who claimed ownership of it. Many areas south of Charleston, including the whole Beaufort District, were abaondoned [sic] by South Carolinians early on [in] the Civil War, and in the months leading to the 1865 surrender, many more white landowners refugeed to other parts of the State. The Freedmen's Bureau was the federal agency charged with sorting out many of the confusing issues regarding land ownership, among other things."--Leaf following t.p
  • Most page numbers in ms
  • Includes index
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
121, 34 leaves

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